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Unifor Canadian Council will be held from August 18-20, 2017, at the RBC Convention Centre, 375 York Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba...
Everyone depends on someone who depends on child care. And affordable licensed child care, with the best programs for our kids, depends on reliable public investments...
Despite an election promise to keep Crown corporations public, Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall is laying the groundwork to sell them.
Canada and the United States still do not have a signed Softwood Lumber Agreement...
Unifor supports many initiatives to deal with domestic violence as a workplace issue.
Employers cannot be allowed to walk away from pension promises made to workers and retirees!
Cuts to long-term care have been made in Nova Scotia and Ontario by their respective provincial governments. We must speak out and tell these governments that our long-term care providers and our elderly deserve more.
The Brad Wall government’s cuts to the Wakamow Valley Authority (WVA) has caused lay-offs and the assured degradation of Moose Jaw’s urban park.
Three women at the 2016 Aboriginal and Workers of Colour Conference
Building a strong union requires being an inclusive one! This internal campaign seeks to strengthen the union's equity agenda, and increase representation and capacity of equity-seeking groups.
Unifor believes trade should benefit all Canadians and their communities - and not just corporations. Unifor believes in trade, and is committed to ensuring that all trade deals help, not hurt, Canadians.